The Lion King, Disney+, Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios

Lion King

The Lion King, Disney+, Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios

Disney+ original film The Lion King was released June 24th, 1994.

The Lion King, Disney+, Walt Disney Animation Studios
The Lion King, Disney+, Walt Disney Animation Studios
The Lion King, Disney+, Walt Disney Animation Studios

#TheLionKing made $969.9M at the international box office.

rottentomatoes: 93%

metacritic: 88

imdb: 8.5

oscars: 2 wins

golden globes: 3 wins

Simba, The Lion King, Disney+, Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Jonathan Taylor Thomas
Simba, The Lion King, Disney+, Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Jonathan Taylor Thomas


Simba inherits the Pride Lands somewhere in Africa.

Simba, The Lion King, Disney+, Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Jonathan Taylor Thomas

“Dad! Dad! Come on, dad, we gotta go! Wake up! Sorry. Dad! Dad! Dad! Come on, Dad. You promised. Yeah! Wow. And this’ll all be mine? Everything the light touches. What about that shadowy place? But I thought a king can do whatever he wants. There’s more?” — Simba

“But, Dad, don’t we eat the antelope? Pouncing. Yeah, okay. Stay low to the ground, right? Yeah. Aw, dad, can’t I come? Pah! I never get to go anywhere.” — Simba

“Hey, Uncle Scar! Guess what? I’m gonna King of Pride Rock. My dad just showed me the whole kingdom, and I’m gonna rule it all! Hey, Uncle Scar. When I’m king, what’ll that make you? You’re so weird. Everything. Well, no. He said I can’t go there. Well, I’m brave. What’s out there? Why not? Yeah, right! I’m your only nephew. An elephant what? Whoa! No problem.” — Simba

“Hey, Nala. Come on. I just heard about this great place. Mom! Mom, you’re messing up my mane! Okay, okay, I’m clean. Can we go now? No, it’s really cool. Oh. Uh, around the water hole. I’ll show you when we get there. Please? No, not Zazu. An elephant graveyard. Shh! Zazu. Be-what? Yuck! I can’t marry her. She’s my friend. When I’m king, that’ll be the first thing to go. Well, in that case, you’re fired. Yeah, so you have to do what I tell you. Not the way I see it.” — Simba

“♪ I’m gonna be a mighty king ♪ So enemies beware ♪ I’m gonna be the main event ♪ Like no king was before ♪ I’m brushin’ up on lookin’ down ♪ I’m workin’ on my roar ♪ Oh, I just can’t wait to be king ♪ No one sayin’, ‘do this’ ♪ No one sayin’, ‘stop that’ ♪ No one sayin’, ‘see here’ ♪ Free to run around all day ♪ Free to do it all my way ♪ Kings don’t need advice ♪ From little hornbills for a start ♪ Oh, I just can’t wait to be king ♪ Everybody, look left ♪ Everybody, look right ♪ Everywhere you look, I’m ♪ Standing in the spotlight ♪ Oh, I just can’t wait to be king ♪ Oh, I just can’t wait to be king ♪ Oh, I just can’t wait ♪ To be king ♪” — Simba

“All right! It worked! We lost him. I am a genius. Yeah, but I pulled it off. Oh, yeah? Hey, let me up! This is it. We made it. Yeah. Isn’t it great? I know! There’s only one way to know. Come on, let’s go check it out. Oh, man! Look, banana beak is scared. Danger? Ha! I walk on the wild side. I laugh in the face of danger. Ha ha ha ha! The future king. Huh! You can’t do anything to me. But you told me they’re nothing but slobbering, mangy, stupid poachers. I think so. Where’s Zazu? Hey, why don’t you pick on somebody your own size? Oops.” — Simba

“Dad, I… Dad, I’m… I’m sorry. I know. I was just trying to be brave, like you. But you’re not scared of anything. You were? I guess even kings get scared, huh? But you know what? I think those hyenas were even scareder. Oh, no! No! Aagh! Uhh! Come here! Gotcha! Dad? We’re pals, right? And we’ll always be together, right? Really?” — Simba

“Ooh, what is it? If you tell me, I’ll still act surprised. Come on, Uncle Scar. I’ll go with you. You know about that? Really? Oh. Okay. Hey, Uncle Scar, will I like this surprise? ‘Little roar.’ Puh! Rarr! Rrrarr! Rarr!” — Simba

“Zazu, help me! Hurry! Dad! Dad! No! Dad! Dad? Dad? Dad, come on. You got to get up. Dad? We got to go home. Help! Somebody! Anybody. Help. There were wildebeests, and he tried to save me. It was an accident. I didn’t mean for it to happen. What am I going to do?” — Simba

“I guess so. Thanks for your help. Nowhere. Who cares? I can’t go back. Something terrible. But I don’t want to talk about it. Not unless you can change the past. Right. Well, that’s not what I was taught. What? Hakuna matata? What’s a motto? ♪ It means no worries ♪ For the rest of your days ♪ It’s our problem-free ♪ Philosophy ♪ Hakuna matata ♪” — Simba

“You live here? It’s beautiful. I’m so hungry I could eat a whole zebra. Any antelope? Hippo? Eugh, what’s that? Eugh! Gross. Oh, well. Hakuna matata. Slimy, yet satisfying. It means no worries ♪ For the rest of your days ♪ It’s our problem-free ♪ Philosophy ♪ Hakuna matata ♪ Hakuna matata ♪ Hakuna matata ♪” — Simba

“Brrrrrr! Hakuna matata ♪ Ta-ta! ♪ Ha ha ha!” — Simba

“Thanks. Man, I’m stuffed. Pumbaa, you are a pig. Well, I don’t know. Well… somebody once told me that the great kings of the past are up there watching over us. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Pretty dumb, huh? Yeah.” — Simba

King Mufasa

“Scar? Drop him. Sarabi and I didn’t see you at the presentation of Simba. That hairball is my son and your future king. Don’t turn your back on me, Scar. Is that a challenge? What am I going to do with him? Zazu!”

“Before sunrise, he’s your son. Okay, okay. I’m up, I’m up. Look, Simba. Everything the light touches is our kingdom. A king’s time as ruler rises and falls like the sun. One day, Simba, the sun will set on my time here and will rise with you as the new king. Everything. That’s beyond our borders. You must never go there, Simba. Oh, there’s more to being king than getting your way all the time. Simba…”

“Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance. As king, you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures, from the crawling ant to the leaping antelope. Yes, Simba, but let me explain. When we die, our bodies become the grass, and the antelope eat the grass. And so we are all connected in the great circle of life. Good morning, Zazu. Fire away. Really? What are you doing, son? Let an old pro show you how it’s done. Zazu, would you turn around? Stay low to the ground. A pouncing lesson. Try not to make a sound. That’s very good. Now, this time… Zazu, take Simba home. No, son.”

“Silence! If you ever come near my son again… you deliberately disobeyed me. Let’s go home. Zazu. Take Nala home. I’ve got to teach my son a lesson. Simba! Simba, I’m very disappointed in you. You could’ve been killed. You deliberately disobeyed me, and what’s worse, you put Nala in danger. I’m only brave when I have to be. Simba, being brave doesn’t mean you go looking for trouble. I was today. Yes. I thought I might lose you. Mm-hmm. What? ‘Cause nobody messes with your dad. Come here, you. Hm? Right.”

“Simba, let me tell you something that my father told me. Look at the stars. The great kings of the past look down on us from those stars. Yes. So whenever you feel alone, just remember that those kings will always be there to guide you. And so will I.”

“Odd. Simba? Hold on, Simba! Scar! Brother, help me!”


“Life’s not fair, is it? You see, I… well, I shall never be king. And you shall never the light of another day. Adieu. What do you want? Oh, look, Zazu. You’ve made me lose my lunch. I quiver with fear! Mm-hmm? Why, if it isn’t my big brother descending from on high to mingle with the commoners. That was today? I feel simply awful! Must’ve slipped my mind. Well, I was first in line, until the little hairball was born. I shall practice my curtsy! Oh, no, Mufasa. Perhaps you shouldn’t turn your back on me. Temper, temper. I wouldn’t dream of challenging you. Well, as far as brains go, I got the lion’s share. But when it comes to brute strength, I’m afraid I’m at the shallow end of the gene pool.”

“I despise guessing games. Oh, goody! Yes. Well, forgive me for not leaping for joy. Bad back, you know. A monkey’s uncle. You have no idea. So, your father showed you the whole kingdom, did he? He didn’t show you what’s beyond that rise at the northern border? And he’s absolutely right. It’s far too dangerous. Only the bravest lions go there. I’m sorry, Simba, I just can’t tell you. I’m only looking out for the well-being of my favorite nephew. All the more reason for me to be protective. An elephant graveyard is no place for a young prince. Oops! Oh, dear, I’ve said too much. Well, I suppose you’d have found out sooner or later, you being so clever and all. Just do me one favor. Promise me you’ll never visit that dreadful place. There’s a good lad. You run along now and have fun. And remember, it’s our little secret.”

“Oh, surely we lions are not all that bad. I see. I’m surrounded by idiots. Charmed. I don’t think you really deserve this. I practically gift-wrapped those cubs for you, and you couldn’t even dispose of them. Precisely.”

“♪ I know that your powers of retention ♪ Are as wet as a warthog’s backside ♪ But thick as you are, pay attention ♪ My words are a matter of pride ♪ It’s clear from your vacant expressions ♪ The light are not all on upstairs ♪ But we’re talking kings and successions ♪ Even you can’t be caught unawares ♪ So prepare for the chance of a lifetime ♪ Be prepared for sensational news ♪ A shiny new era is tiptoeing nearer ♪ And where do we feature? ♪ Just listen to teacher ♪ I know it sounds sordid ♪ But you’ll be rewarded ♪ When at last I am given my dues ♪ And injustice deliciously squared ♪ Be prepared ♪”

“For the death of the king. No, fool, we’re going to kill him. And Simba, too. Idiots! There will be a king! I will be king! Stick with me, and you’ll never go hungry again. ♪It’s great that we’ll soon be connected ♪ With a king who’ll be all-time adored ♪ Of course, quid pro quo you’re expected ♪ To take certain duties on board ♪ The future is littered with prizes ♪ And thought I’m the main addressee ♪ The point that I must emphasize is ♪ You won’t get a sniff without me! ♪ So prepare for the coup of the century ♪ Be prepared for the murkiest scam ♪ Meticulous planning ♪ Tenacity spanning ♪ Decades of denial ♪ Is simply why I’ll be king undisputed ♪ Respected, saluted ♪ And seen for the wonder I am ♪ Yes, my teeth and ambitions are bared ♪ Be prepared ♪ Be prepared ♪”

“You wait here. Your father has a marvelous surprise for you. If I told you, it wouldn’t be a surprise now, would it? Ho ho ho! You are such a a naughty boy. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. This is just for you and your daddy. You know, a sort of father-son thing. Well, I’d better go get him. No. No. Just stay on this rock. You wouldn’t want to end up in another mess like you did with the hyenas. Simba, everybody knows about that. Oh, yes. Lucky daddy was there to save you, eh? Oh, and just between us, you might want to work on that little roar of yours, hmm? Simba, it’s to die for.”

“Mufasa, quick. Stampede in the gorge. Simba’s down there! Brother. Long live the king. Simba. What have you done? Of course. Of course you didn’t. No one ever means for these things to happen. But the king is dead. And if it weren’t for you, he’d still be alive. Oh, what will your mother think? Run away, Simba. Run. Run away and never return. Kill him.”

“Mufasa’s death is a terrible tragedy. But to lose Simba, who had barely begun to live… for me, it is a deep, personal loss. So it is with a heavy heart that I assume the throne. Yet out of the ashes of this tragedy we shall rise to greet the dawning of a new era in which lion and hyena come together in a great and glorious future.”

“Oh, Zazu, do lighten up. Sing something with a little bounce in it. No, no! Anything but that! What? What did you say? You know the law. Never, ever mention that name in my presence. I am the king! Oh, what is it this time? It’s the lionesses’ job to do the hunting. Oh… eat Zazu. Oh, Zazu, don’t be ridiculous. All you need is a little garlic. What did you say? Good. Now get out. Out!”

Zazu, The Lion King, Disney+, Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Rowan Atkinson


“Didn’t your mother ever tell you not to play with your food? I’m here to announce that King Mufasa’s on his way, so you’d better have a good excuse for missing this morning’s ceremony. You’ll lose more than that when the king gets through with you. He’s as mad as a hippo with a hernia. Now, Scar, don’t look at me that way. Help! Impeccable timing, Your Majesty. Yes, well, as slippery as your mind is, as the king’s brother, you should’ve been first in line! Pity. Why not? There’s one in every family, sire. Two in mine, actually, and they always manage to ruin special occasions. He’d make a very handsome throw rug. And just think, whenever he gets dirty, you could take him out and beat him.”

“Good morning, sire! Checking in with the morning report. Well! The buzz from the bees is that the leopards are in a bit of a spot. I told the elephants to forget it, but they can’t… yes, sire. The cheetahs are hard up, but… cheetah’s never prosper… what’s going on? Very good. Pouncing. Pouncing? No, sure, you can’t be serious… this is so humiliating. What are you telling him, Mufasa? Mufasa? Simba? Yes! Sire! Hyenas in the Pride Lands! Oh, young master, one day, you will be king. Then you can chase those slobbering, mangy, stupid poachers from dawn until dusk.”

“Step lively. The sooner we get to the water hole, the sooner we can leave. Oh, just look at you two. Little seeds of romance blossoming in the savanna. Your parents will be thrilled, what with your being betrothed and all. Betrothed. Intended. Affianced. One day, you two are going to be married. Sorry to burst your bubble, but you two turtle doves have no choice. It’s a tradition going back generations. Not so long as I’m around. Nice try, but only the king can do that. Not yet, I don’t. And with an attitude like that, I’m afraid you’re shaping up to be a pretty pathetic king, indeed.”

“♪Well, I’ve never seen a king of beasts ♪ With quite so little hair ♪ Thus far, a rather uninspiring thing ♪ You’ve rather a long way to go, young master, if you think… ♪ Now, when I said that… ♪ What I meant was… ♪ You don’t realize… ♪ Now, see here! ♪ Well, that’s definitely out. ♪ I think it’s time that you and I ♪ Arranged a heart-to-heart ♪ If this is where the monarchy is headed ♪ Count me out ♪ Out of service, out of Africa ♪ I wouldn’t hang about ♪ This child is getting wildly out of wing ♪ Not yet! ♪”

“I beg your pardon, madam, but get off! Simba? Nala!”

“Wrong! The only checking out you will do will be to check out of here. We’re way beyond the boundary of the Pride Lands. It’s Mr. banana beak to you, fuzzy, and right now we are all in very real danger. And quite by accident, let me assure you. A simple navigational error. I, madam, am the king’s major-domo. Technically, they can. We are on their land. Ix-nay on the upid-stay. My, my, my. Oh, look at the sun! It’s time to go! Oh, no! Not the birdie-boiler! Aaaah! Yes, sire? Come, Nala. Simba, good luck.”

“Oh, look, sire, the herd is on the move. Your father is on the way! Hold on! There! There on that tree! Oh, Scar, this is awful! What’ll we do? What’ll we do? I’ll go back for help, that’s what I’ll do.”

“Nobody knows ♪ The trouble I’ve seen ♪ Nobody knows ♪ My sorrow ♪ It’s a small world after all ♪ I’ve got a lovely bunch of coconuts ♪ Deedle dee dee ♪ There they are a-standing in a row ♪ Big ones, small ones, some as big as your head ♪. I would never have had to do this with Mufasa. Nothing. Yes, sire, you are the king. I… I only mentioned it to illustrate the differences in your royal managerial approaches. Oh, you wouldn’t want me. I’d be so tough and gamey and…”

Timon and Pumbaa

“Yaaaah! Get out! Get out! Get out of here! I love this! Bowling for buzzards. Hee hee hee! Gets ’em every time. Uh-oh. Hey, Timon, you better come look. I think it’s still alive. Eeeuw. All righty, what have we got here? Jeez, it’s a lion! Run, Pumbaa, move it! Hey, Timon, it’s just a little lion. Look at him. He’s so cute and all alone. Can we keep him? Pumbaa, are you nuts? You’re talking about a lion. Lions eat guys like us. But he’s so little. He’s going to get bigger. Maybe he’ll be on our side. That’s the stupidest thing I ever heard. Maybe he’ll… hey, I’ve got it. What if he’s on our side? You know, having a lion around might not be such a bad idea. So we’re keeping him? Of course. Who’s the brains of this outfit? Uh… my point exactly. Jeez, I’m fried. Let’s get out of here and find some shade.”

“You okay kid? You nearly died. I saved you. Well, Pumbaa helped. A little. Hey, where you going? Gee, he looks blue. I’d say brownish gold. No, no, no. I mean he’s depressed. Kid, what’s eating you? Nothing. He’s at the top of the food chain. The food chain! Ahem. So, where you from? Ah, you’re an outcast. That’s great. So are we. What’d you do, kid? We don’t want to hear about it. Come on, Timon. Anything we can do? You know, kid, in times like this, my buddy Timon here says, ‘you got to put your behind in your past.’ No, no, no. I mean… amateur. Lie down before you hurt yourself.”

“It’s, ‘you got to put your past behind you.’ Look, kid, bad things happen, and you can’t do anything about it, right? Wrong! When the world turns its back on you, you turn your back on the world. Then maybe you need a new lesson. Repeat after me. Ahem. Hakuna matata. Hakuna matata. It means ‘no worries.’ Hakuna matata. What a wonderful phrase. Hanuka matata. ♪ Ain’t no passing craze ♪ It means no worries ♪ For the rest of your days ♪ It’s out problem-free philosophy ♪ Hakuna matata ♪. Yeah. It’s our motto. nothin’. What’s-a-motto with you? You know, kid, these two words will solve all your problems. That’s right. Take Pumbaa, for example. Why… when he was a young warthog ♪ When I was a young warthog ♪. Very nice. Thanks. He found his aroma lacked a certain appeal ♪He could clear the savanna after every meal ♪ I’m a sensitive soul ♪ Though I seem thick-skinned ♪ And it hurt that my friends never stood downwind ♪ And oh, the shame ♪ He was ashamed ♪ Thought of changing my name ♪ Oh, what’s in a name? ♪ And I got downhearted ♪ How did you feel? ♪ Every time that I… ♪. Hey, not in front of the kids. Oh, sorry. Haukna matata ♪ What a wonderful phrase ♪ Hakuna matata ♪ Ain’t no passing craze ♪. Yeah, sign it, kid. ♪ Philosophy ♪ Hakuna matata ♪”

“Welcome to our humble home. We live wherever we want. Yep. Home is where your rump rests. I’m starved. Ah. We’re fresh out of zebra. Nuh-uh. Nope. Listen, kid, if you live with us, you have to eat like us. Hey, this looks like a good spot to rustle up some grub. A grub. What’s it look like? Mmm. Tastes like chicken. Slimy yet satisfying. These are rare delicacies. Mmm. Piquant, with a very pleasant crunch. You’ll learn to love them. I’m telling you, kid, this is a great life, no rules, no responsibilities. Ooh, the little cream-filled kind. And best of all, no worries. Well, kid? That’s it.”

“♪ Hakuna matata ♪ Hakuna matata ♪ Hakuna… ♪ It’s our problem-free ♪ Philosophy ♪ Hakuna matata ♪ Hakuna matata ♪”

“Whoa! Nice one, Simba. Me, too. I ate like a pig. Oh. Right. Timon? Yeah? Ever wonder what those sparkling dots are up there? Pumbaa, I don’t wonder, I know. Oh? What are they? They’re fireflies. Fireflies that got stuck up in that big blueish-black thing. Oh, gee. I always thought they were balls of gas burning billions of miles away. Pumbaa, with you, everything’s gas. Simba, what do you think? Oh, come on. Give, give, give, give. Come on. We told you ours. Please? Really? You mean a bunch of royal dead guys are watching us? Pffff! Who told you something like that? What mook made that up? Aw, you’re killing me. Was it something I said?”

“A-wimoweh, a-wimoweh ♪ A-wimoweh, a-wimoweh ♪ In the jungle, the mighty jungle ♪ The lion sleeps tonight ♪ In the jungle, the mighty jungle ♪ The lion sleeps to… I can’t hear you, buddy. Back me up. A-wiiiiii ♪ Iiiiii-iiiiii-iiii ♪ A-Pumbaa-bum-baa-weh ♪ Pumbaa? Pumbaa?”


“Hi, Simba. Simba, I’m kind of in the middle of a bath. So, where are we going? It better not be anyplace dumb. The water hole? What’s so great about the water hole? Oh. Uh, mom, can I go with Simba? Please?”

“So, where are we really going? Wow! Right. So, how are we gonna ditch the dodo? Meaning… eww! Yeah, it’d be so weird. Well, he’s the future king. ♪ No one saying, ‘be there’ ♪ No one sayin’, ‘see here’ ♪ Free to run around all day ♪”

“Hey, genius, it was my idea. With me! Pinned ya. Pinned ya again. Whoa! It’s really creepy. We could get in big trouble. I wonder if its brains are still in there. Did we lose ’em? Simba! I thought you were very brave.”


“Well, well, well, Banzai, what have we got here? I don’t know, Shenzi. What do you think, Ed? Just what I was thinking. A trio of trespassers! Whoa, whoa, wait, wait, wait. I know you. You’re Mufasa’s little stooge. And that would make you… do you know what we do to kings who step out of their kingdom? Who are you callin’ upid-stay? What’s the hurry? We’d love you to stick around for dinner. Yeah, we could have whatever’s lion around! Wait, wait, wait, I got one, I got one! Make mine a cub sandwich! Whaddaya think? What, Ed? What is it? Hey, did we order this dinner to go? No, why? ‘Cause there it goes! The little major-domo bird hippety-hopped all the way to the birdie-boiler. Like you? Boo! Here, kitty, kitty, kitty. That was it? Do it again. Come on. Huh? Oh, please, please! Uncle, uncle! We’re gonna shut up right now! Calm down. We’re really sorry. Oh, this is… this is your son? Oh, your son. Did you know that? No. Me? I didn’t know… no, did you? No, of course not. No. Ed? Toodles.”

“Man, that lousy Mufasa. I won’t be able to sit for a week. It’s not funny, Ed. Hey, shut up! Will you knock it off? Well, he started it. Look at you guys. No wonder we’re dangling at the bottom of the food chain. Man, I hate dangling. Yeah? If it weren’t for those lions, we’d be runnin’ the joint. Man, I hate lions. So pushy. And hairy. And stinky. And, man, are they…ugly! Oh. Oh, Scar. It’s just you. We were afraid it was somebody important. Yeah, you know, like Mufasa. Yeah. Now that’s power! Tell me about it. I just hear the name and I shudder. Mufasa! Ooh! Do it again. Mufasa! Ooooh! Mufasa! Mufasa! Mufasa! Ooh, it tingles me. Now, you, Scar, I mean, you’re one of us. I mean, you’re our pal. Oh, I like that. He’s not king, but he’s still so proper. Yeah. Hey, did you bring us anything to eat, Scar, old buddy, old pal? Huh? Did ya, did ya, did ya?”

“Well, you know, it wasn’t exactly like they was alone, Scar. Yeah. What were we supposed to do? Kill Mufasa? Yeah, be prepared. We’ll be prepared. For what? Why, is he sick? Great idea. Who needs a king? No king, no king, la-la la-la la la hey, but you said… yeah! All right! Long live the king! Long live the king! Long love the king! ♪Yes, our teeth and ambitions are bared ♪”

“I can’t help it. I’m so hungry. I got to have a wildebeest. Stay put. Can’t I just pick off one of the little sick ones? No. We wait for the signal from Scar. There he is. Let’s go. Whoa! Yow! Aah! Ohh! Yeow! Hey, there he goes. There he goes. So go get him. There ain’t no way I’m going in there. What, you want me to come out looking like you, cactus butt? But we got to finish the job. Well, he’s as good as dead out there anyway. And if he comes back, we’ll kill him. Yeah! You hear that? If you ever come back, we’ll kill you!”

“Hey, boss. We got a bone to pick with you. I’ll handle this. Scar, there’s no food, no water. Yeah. It’s dinner time and we ain’t got no stinking entrees. Yeah, but they won’t go hunt. I thought things were bad under Mufasa. I said Muf… I said que pasa? But we’re still hungry.”


“Hmm. Simba.”

“Hmm. Hmm. Simba? He’s… he’s alive? He’s alive! It is time.”

Queen Sarabi

“Your son is awake.”

“And it’s time for yours. So, where is this really cool place? Well… it’s all right with me. As long as Zazu goes with you.”

Pride Rock

“♪From the day we arrive ♪ On the planet ♪ And, blinking, step into the sun ♪ There’s more to see ♪ Than can ever be seen ♪ More to do ♪ Than can ever be done ♪ There’s far too much ♪ To take in here ♪ More to find ♪ Than can ever be found ♪ But the sun rolling high ♪ Through the sapphire sky ♪ Keeps great and small ♪ On the endless round ♪ It’s the circle of life ♪ And it moves us all ♪ Through despair and hope ♪ Through faith and love ♪ Till we find our place ♪ On the path unwinding ♪ In the circle ♪ The circle of life ♪”

“♪ It’s the circle of life ♪ And it moves us all ♪ Through despair and hope ♪ Through faith and love ♪ Till we find our place ♪ On the path unwinding ♪ In the circle ♪ The circle of life ♪”

“Uhh! Zazu! News from the underground.”

“Hmm, what do you think, Sarabi?”

“♪ Let every creature go for broke and sing ♪ Let’s hear it in the herd and on the wing ♪ It’s gonna be King Simba’s finest fling ♪”

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